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Emporio Armani National Art School Exhibition

Art by Jordan Beenkan and Rhys Davis at Emporio Armani

This week Emporio Armani showcased selected pieces by postgraduate artist from the National Art School in a travelling exhibition. Vogue says this fashion/art fusion is a “smart match: the youthful strength of Emporio Armani married with Australia’s…most innovative art school.” As the nation’s oldest art institute NAS has seen such

Lui Hon, Limedrop, Jolet & Bul Sale!

Lui Hon, Limedrop, Bul & Jolet

Well isn’t the title of this post just filled with awesome? A quartet of our favourite Melbourne designer labels – Lui Hon, Limedrop, Jolet and Bul – are collaborating for a stocktake sale. Find up to 80% off past and current seasons plus a few new surprises too. It’s on

The Ethics of Style

By Joseph Jang

The Light Factory Gallery presents The Ethics of Style, an exhibition on in fashion promoting the ideal that aesthetics do not have to be sacrificed for ethics. Australian illustrators – some based in in New York or Paris – such as Kerrie Hess, Patsyfox, Caitlin Shearer, Michel Canetti, Edwina White

The Australian Edit – A Fashion Space: Winter Edition

The Australian Edit - A Fashion Space. At Yering Station winery

The Australian Edit returns to the grounds of the sublime Yering Station winery – which will always have a place in my heart for their delicious Yarrabank Crème de Cuvée – this Winter. Can you think of much better to do next Sunday afternoon than pull on a pair of Hunter

Whitehorse Jewellery Auction

Jewellery by Anna Davern

New Guernica will sparkle just that little bit more tomorrow evening as fledgling and established jewellery designers showcase their wares. The Whitehorse Jewellery exhibition and, more importantly, silent auction provides the rare chance to possess a unique piece. The event raises funds for graduate jewellers and features names like Anna Davern,

Come see the Eighth Wonder of the World

King Kong stage show at the Regent Theatre Melbourne.

Did you hear? Mr. Denham and his film crew are back from the exotic Skull Island. I’ve heard rumours; apparently they’ve captured a mighty beast this time, perhaps the last of its kind! They’re calling it the ‘Eighth Wonder of the World’ whatever that means. Happily they’re bringing their mysterious

The Festival of Steve

The Festival of Steve

Take a rare walk through the door of the exclusive Kelvin private club tomorrow and you may just emerge the very model of a modern gentleman. The Festival of Steve is a one day only celebration of manly Melbourne pursuits; learn billiards from a pro, browse a curated selection of

Philip Boon presents: Styling Masterclass

Stylist Philip Boon

After a quarter of a century working in the fashion industry as a stylist, creative director and designer, Philip Boon presents an intimate styling masterclass. During the session Mr. Boon will reveal his expertise, tips and tricks for styling everyday men and women to models and movie stars (in the

Monet’s Garden

Pathway in Monet's Garden, Claude Monet, 1902

I remember the first time I saw one of Claude Monet’s paintings in real life. Or rather I remember the indefinable feeling that came over me as I wandered alone in a gallery overseas only to be unexpectedly struck by his works’ luminosity and liveliness. Seeing his art in books or on

Screening: The Great Gatsby

A sketch announcing Miuccia Prada of Prada and Miu Miu's collaboration with costume designer Catherine Martin on costumes for Baz Luhrmann’s The Great Gatsby

Lala Productions – they of  tweed ride and wardrobe weekender organisational notoriety – present a special screening of The Great Gatsby on May 31. Where else to watch F. Scott Fitzgerald’s tale of excess than in the surrounds of an Art Deco cinema with 1920′s cocktails (make mine a gin